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school in nevada. i think the best example is $6,000 allocated for each student in nevada, the principle has discretions over only $100. we need to give principals more discretion at the community level, so that every school can improve. that is what my plan would do. my plan gives every school the ability to improve not just certain ones. that is the main difference between us. >> you wish to rebut? >> yes. i have read my opponent's plan. in terms of it using empowerment, which we already have, it uses a program that is going to be used in a county in the very near future. i had the opportunity to visit with all 17 school superintendents. the point i think we need to make is as far as it goes, it is fun. but we need to go further. we cannot wait for the five years that is called for in my opponent's plan to change the system. by that time, thousands of children's -- children would have gone through. my plan will allow for change immediately. it will call for immediate merit pay for teachers to reward good teachers. it will call for the end of social promotion. it will give principals th
is a force to be reckoned with. tonight, nevada senate candidate sharron angle running against harry reid in one of the high-profile races in the mid-term elections is with us. [ applause ] also, we have super bowl winner and m.v.p. quarterback kurt warner. a star on the field, but can he dance with the stars on the dance floor? we'll find out. plus, actress and activist jeanine turner with us and has the winner of the the constituting america with us and much on tonight's show. we're glad you're here, joining the great audience from new york. [ applau ] the polls are showing that it's looking more and more likely that republicans will take control of the house in the mid-term elections. if democrats lose the majority, nancy pelosi is going to step down as house speaker. the party is going to have to plan for a return to the future without california congresswoman nancy pelosi, as their leader. but i wonder, how would the rest of america, and for that matter, the rest of the world react if nancy pelosi was forced to give up her powerful post? here is a preview. let's watch. ♪ ♪ ♪ th
, and think you for joining us. >> tonight's debate is brought to you by impact nevada, a partnership between several news organizations. we are joined by the andre agassi foundation. >> both rory reid and brian sandoval plan to improve education in nevada. >> the venue for the exciting debate is the andre agassi college preparatory academy. here is the man behind it all, a man who cares about education, andre agassi. [applause] >> thank you. good evening and welcome to the andre agassi college preparatory academy. i want to thank both of candidates for accepting our invitation to come here tonight and share their thoughts on one of the most vital issues we face today in our state -- education. as you know, we built this school because we believe that nothing has the power to change a child's life like quality education. without an education, a child cannot hope, cannot dream. without a quality education system, a state cannot compete. the next governor of nevada will long be remembered for the effect he has had on education. like the rest of america, and that is struggling economically. a hu
, ohio, tonight. thanks. with 55 days to go, the nevada state race continues to tighten. the latest real clear politics average of polls show senate majority leader harry reid with a slight 2.5-point advantage over tea party favorite sharron angle. correspondent anita vogel has the latest. >> know what is good for nevada is to bring senator reid back home. >> from big wigs to average voter and tea party supporters the state of nevada has become politically charged. senate majority leader harry reid is facing another tough battle for re-election, this time against former republican assemblywoman sharron angle. both candidates are going all-in. >> i think it's pretty clear. every place my opponent has gone, in state legislature or in her campaign, she doesn't get a lot of people come on and say boy, she was a great legislator! in fact, it's just the opposite. >> harry reid symbolizes the let's make a deal, policy as usual, establishment corruption that people have really say we have had enough of this. >> the candidates are doubling down on the airways. reid taking aim at angle's desire to
-pier: let me finish this and then officer dunn can talk about it. he was described in nevada as simple and straightforward. the petition as bob with the director of behavioral health and nevada county. the director examines the petition to determine if the criteria has been met. it has been met, a petition is filed with the court. the clerk of the court schedules a hearing at 4:00 on that date or the following day. the public defender is notified so there will be council available for the consumer. we have had conversations with the public defender who represents people right now in our behavioral court system. they are very supportive. the personal defender who does this is very supportive. i am not at liberty to discuss her because she has not had an opportunity to talk to the public defender about it. the attorney likes the blade -- the way the behavioral court system works. before the hearing, a discussion as had with the individual. the proposed treatment plant is explained. they get input into whether it should be modified. if they agree with the treatment plan, there is a settle
in clock. our developing oil story on the fatal car accident in novato it happened at nevada boulevard and filmed in canyon road in san and not it's between bowman can in. it collided with a big rig carrying cattle. this is a live picture with the curve this happened here is the accident scene you can see police officers measuring on nevada boulevard doing their best to investigate this accident. nevada boulevard's been closed since just after noon when this happened. if books that one of the cars may have been cleared. if we can take a live camera and turnaround you can get a better perspective of where these kids five high-school kids and a car were traveling. you can see that long stretch of road on a bottle boulevard where they travel down this road your looking into whether espy was a factor here and then they hit the scurf and the camera will take you right around the curve in were those officers are or where the accident happened. kron 4 jeff bush as an out there today he has more. >> the crash happened just before noon a bmw with by people in it were traveling westbound police
" on our nbc stations in nevada. and the politics editor for msnbc.com. look, we got to start with what happened on capitol hill. here's an exchange between michigan congressman john conyers and stephen colbert today. let's listen. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> i'm here at the invitation of the chairwoman and if she'd like me to remove myself from the hearing room, i'm happy to do so. i'm only here on interpretation. >> that is correct. >> that is fair enough. >> von, let me start with you. you have been watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress, and now it's sort of where it has gone to a level where an actor or comedian decides to go in character on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> well, i really think that was the sticking point right there. kevin costner was there recently. talking about coast guard issues. they're in and out of that place all the time. but for colbert to be there in character was really taking this to an entirely new level and a really bizarre level at that. i think what they were trying
to build a permanent republican majority by winning over hispanic voters. nevada republican tea party senate candidate sharron angle however has been running a campaign ad demonizing illegal immigrants, demonizing them in such offensive fashion that her own occasional spokesperson, the chairwoman of the nevada republican hispanic caucus, went public on monday condemning the ad, quote, i condemn this type of propaganda, no matter who is running them, where they blame mexicans as the only problem and where they attack them as the only source of illegal immigration. angle's campaign not responding to "the las vegas sun's" request for comment. republicans have also historically stood for english only enshrined in law and practice to facilitate immigrant assimilation. the florida republican tea party gubernatorial candidate marco rubio even campaigned on that point, senate campaign point excuse me but now he is reaching out to florida's spanish speaking voters by doing this. [ speaking in spanish ] >> republicans also used to stand, our younger voters might even remember this, for intellec
. joining us, nevada's republican candidate, sharron angle. a pleasure to have you here, thanks and welcome to the show today. >> thank you, mike, nice to be with you. >> you've had just about a bulls eye on your back from the moment that you upset the political landscape and the establishment of the republican party and won the nomination. so, you've caught it from the republicans, but, boy, you've really caught it from harry reid who has called you every kind of extremist possible. >> how do you respond to some of those attacks? >> the only response is that harry reid an is in a box. he doesn't have anything else that he can say about his record or the economy, he has to say things about me, he's tak take walynnski's play book, isolate and demonize and that's what he's doing and we're just staying focused on the issues, the jobs and economy and our homes. >> there are issues that americans are concerned about five things that pollsters looked at last week, the bank bailout, car bailout, stimulus, financial regulation and obama care, in all of those things with the exception of financial r
are in the middle of in nevada in a minute. you are in washington, i'm in new york. we are offended that an institution can get mocked all the time, went down a road we thought they weren't capable of. how did you see this from your perch? >> wait a second. that's a stephen colbert character? it's not the real stephen colbert. people hold congress in just disrespect already. they think it's a joke, then stephen colbert goes to congress in character and make those comments. i don't see how it helps democrats. it's a higher profile to an issue, but people see it as a comedy issue. >> here is more. take a listen. >> i have to ask. why isn't the government doing anything. maybe this add jobs bill would help. i don't know. like most members of congress, i haven't read it. >> what i don't understand, stephen colbert knows what he is doing. he didn't make a pretense he would be anything other than what he was. why were all the members of congress sitting there? why didn't he leave? >> i think it's a good question. conyers was giving the early warning signal. i'll not sure members of congre
. the woman challenging harry reid in nevada pulls ahead in the latest poll. >> racism is the new -- bring it at me. >> bill: dennis miller is upset about islamophobia and lady gaga. [mooing] >> bill: uh-oh. >> silly clip notes. >> bill: the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the tea party vs. the republican establishment. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo once again. last night the tea party flexed its muscles as christine o'donnell in delaware and karl paladino in new york came from far behind to win their respective races. immediately after those victories, left-wing media began viciously attacking both people, pulling up old tape of ms. o'donnell talking about sex and defining mr. paladino as a nut. liberal press put forth that neither could win in the general election. that is what is passing for reporting these days. there is no question that some tea party supported candidates are causing angst against some establishment republicans. karl rove, for example, is not a big fan of ms. o'donnell's. >> there is
. and also, on politics, one of the liveliest political duels tonight is taking place in nevada. the republican, a tea party surprise, blames the senate majority leader for that. but he accuses her of being a loose, very loose cannon, and jonathan karl joins us. >> reporter: well, diane, harry reid is the most powerful democrat in the senate. but his state has been hit harder than nil other in in country, and that's created a big opening for tea party favorite sharron angle. meet the new sharron angle. feisty as ever but looking more like a candidate who can topple the majority leader. >> i'm a main stream american, and main stream nevada understands that. >> reporter: for months, angle seemed to be running scared -- >> it's a simple question. >> reporter: -- even fleeing local tv cameras. no more. >> i know that we have a lot of press here, and they are going to want to ask some questions. >> reporter: now she's willing to explain her most controversial statements, including this one. >> we have home-born, home-grown enemies in our system. and i for one think we have some of th
is out in battleground states, florida, wisconsin, ohio, pennsylvania, nevada. he will make a real fight for them. as you see the polls already, democrats are behind the republicans. they are even in the gallup generic poll. this is pure political prognostication. >> do the republicans to ride the wind and get a free ride? >> the greatest limitation on how much the republicans gain is how much they trip themselves up. they are the only ones who can limit how many games they make. it is conceivable they will limit themselves either by nominating people who are not acceptable to independent voters, or in some cases, having some who are at a disadvantage and enjoy. -- financially. >> there are some who should be behind, given the incredible things that they said, in the back comment -- nevada, but even harry reid is behind. in the kentucky, rand paul is ahead. dan burke had one of the most disastrous -- jan brewer had one of the most disastrous moments in a debate where she could not remember what she was talking about. >> the president is going to come out swinging today. of course, ohio i
without it's three most popular teams. boise state, and fresno state and nevada leaving. while boise state's departure was expected the other schools exits came as a surprise to some. >> fresno state and nevada, i think we were disappointed that they left. they had agreed to stay in the conference for a period of time. >> all 3 teams will stay in the wac through the season. when asked about the shifting of powers the new head coach did not want the to think that far ahead. the biggest loss to the conference will be boise state. but while many sports fans on campus may be disappointed about losing quality competition the future of the wac may not be so bleak. >> i think relax. we are okay. we will be fine. there's 6 strong teams in it. very good college and is we will draw other schools to it. >> recently the commissioner of the wac, carl benson announced that fresno state and nevada must pay $5 million each for failing to abide by an agreement that said both schools must stay in the wac in the 2016. not all football teams had the opportunity to open their own against the defending national
, but it takes more than courage. it takes special training. in 2002, ken wayne visit a place in nevada where many get that training. >> reporter: refinery fire are among the most spectacular and most dangerous fires to fight. fuels and gases under pressure can explode, and flames get out of control. pouring water on these inferenceose usually isn't enough to put them out. firefighters often must go into the hereto of blaze to reach cutoff valves and manually shut down the flow of fuel. it's the only sure way. bay area is thome half a dozen major refineries, each with its own fire department. the first to respond, if something goes wrong. firefighters from around the world come here to the stark nevada desert, 250 miles east of reno to learn how to put out refinery fires. they train at this mockup of an oil refinery. >> we walk a very i have thin line between absolutely safe and absolutely releaseiac. realistic. >> reporter: this is the university of nevada's find science academy, run by denise mccluskey and they are battling a blaze fueled way combination of diesel and hexane. >> hexane is
. the tea party express says, look at the race in nevada, where sharron angle is according to some polls up by a point or two, or down by a point or two, she was written off when she won the race in nevada in that gop's senate primary back there. they say they hope that christine o'donnell could do the same. you listen to people like karl rove, they have serious doubts. >> greta: brett, that you. more political news any minute, bret will be back as soon as more news breaks. we are live in florida. hours ago in a pensacola, florida federal courthouse the showdown began. 20 states taking on the feds over the health care law. "on the record" was in the courtroom and we have the inside story. we are outside the federal core house where they just had a hearing on a motion to dismiss brought by the federal government to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the states of the four gentlemen here with me utah, florida, alabama and representative from louisiana. let's start with the home state, florida. how did you do? >> i think we did well. the judge particularly on the florida and state's case with rega
nevada city. i told him what i was doing and he was consciencious. he had a stack of clippings about what the new deal had done in his area and walked around while he showed me sidewalks and parks and schools and gardens and camps that had been done. he said, i didn't notice. then he became mayor. it's exactly the kind of thing we want. this is or was the living new deal site about a couple months ago. it's much denser now. san francisco county is the best documented of all the california counties. we think that all of california will look like san francisco now. when you begin putting in the work of the civilian conservation core, you find it's everywhere. we are talking about a lot of agencies. roosevelt loved building things. he was the lord of the manor at hyde park. it shows roosevelt in his convertible. if you visit there, you could see he could drive using the upper part of his body. he's pointing to the plans of the hyde park. he was quite a passable architect. once he became president, he was able to build a lot more. even though henry loose was generally opposed to roosevelt. we
questioned the historic civil rights act but is still tied with the democrat in a recent poll. nevada's sharron angle is neck and neck with senate majority leader harry reid. >> senator reid is not popular in nevada. >> reporter: and utah attorney mike lee is crushing his democratic rival even though lee favors dismaptling social security and eliminating social security benefits, ideas he shares with alaska's joe miller. >> delaware is a democratic state and those other tea party states are either purple or red. >> reporter: supporters cruf -- supporters of christine o'donnell say they're not phased. reporting for cbs news, capitol hill. >> and bill maher says he plans to release more clips of o'donnell on his show. >>> a mixed day on wall street. a slower day. the dow was up seven points. the s&p 500 down six points. let's go to new york where alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update. >> the federal reserve left interest rates at record lows but hinted it may start programs to restart the economy. policy makers appear to be taking a wait and see approach to see if t
and nevada's sharon angle courts g.o.p. leaders. elizabeth warren on the new administration post that did not require confirmation. this is special report. good evening, i'm bret baier. sarah palin heads a fundraiser in the state that launched and shot down many presidential hopes and dreams. chief political correspondent carl cameron is in des moines, iowa with palin's answer to the million dollar question, will she run? >> even before arriving sarah palin's first trip without a book tour to iowa made news in the home of 2012 caucuses. >> freedom is a god given right. >> after quitting as governor alaska she's the tea party's most recognizable face. since the presidential bid she's refused to rule out a 2012 white house run and says it will depend on we, the people. >> if the american people were to be ready for someone who is willing to shake it up and willing to get back to time tested truths and help lead our country towards to more prosperous and safe future and if they happen to think that i was the one, if it were best for my family and for our country of course i would give it a s
" on our nbc stations in nevada. and the politics editor for msnbc.com, von berger. look, we got to start with what happened on capitol hill. here's an exchange between michigan congressman john conyers and stephen colbert today. let's listen. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> i'm here at the invitation of the chairwoman and if she'd like me to remove myself from the hearing room, i'm theme do so. >> that is correct. >>s that fair enough. >> von, let me start with you. you've been doing this as long as i have. watching the 24/7 news cycle infect congress and now it's sort of has gone to a level where an actor or comedian decides to go in character on capitol hill. what did we witness today? >> well, i really think that was the sticking point right there. we've seen celebrities parade up in congress. kevin costner was there recently. talking about coast guard issues. they're in and out of that place all the time. but for colbert to be there in character was really taking this to an entirely new level and a really bizarre level. i
, especially on the senate side and the races for governor, we're getting this from nevada, sharron angle, 45 percent, harry reid, 44 percent. that's too close to call at the moment in nevada. we're going to have much more on this in our show. chris, thank you for that. news from washington and breaking hot, right now. thank you chris. here's martha. martha: it is the final primary day of the midterm season, voters in seven states and the district of columbia, head to the polls today. this is a big day, folks. and we have our eye on all these races, of course, two big races we've been watching closely as you know. in delaware, the gop senate primary has become a fascinating story on the republican side of the fence here. newcomer and tea party backed christine o'donnell running against washington insider mike castle, once a congressman and the governor of delaware as well. the winner will move on for the seat, joe bidden's seat, against chris coons. let's take a look at new hampshire, the senate gop primary where it's gotten very nasty, folks, in new hampshire, four republican candidates up f
, if republicans are still standing on election day whether it is christine o'donnell or it is angle in nevada or it is rand paul in kentucky or you name it, they are gonna win. and they are gonna win for a simple reason. the obama democrats have been grinding the economy into the dust. leaving americans unemployed. we just had the highest number in poverty released today. i think in years. we have the highest number of -- >> sean: one in seven americans in poverty now. >> that's right. we have 50 million people without health insurance. we have the highest number of americans ever to get food stamps. here's a president whose redistribution policies turned out not to be a paycheck not to be a hand-up but to be a food stamp. in the republicans will be the paycheck party and take on the food stamp party they will make it clear. in delaware, where all these people are ringing their hands, i think christine o'donnell has to make a simple case. her opponent raised taxes, increased spending. is the perfect local model. his county has lost most ratings for bonedness. he's been a perfect obama democra
this in massachusetts, new jersey and va vachl we're seeing knit delaware tonight. once again, like in kentucky, nevada, alaska. we're seeing the establishment being beaten by the tea party movement and bit conservative that's are saying do you know what? we've haid it with rhino republicans. we're not going to put new office. >> big message tonight. >> and i had to live through that in 1994. i watched this swing as it happened. it's happening earlier here, happening deeper here. numbers more strongly pro republican. the challenge now for g.o.p. you mentioned this race in delaware and nevada. those 2004 i'm watching will the public vote for someone who doesn't have the same experience has traditional politician? >> yes. >> and doesn't have the same... >> i'm answering a question as you go. you asked a question. i'm answering. >> i guess you haven't heard of the word receipt tore cal here. doesn't have the knowledge of issues i'm going to be watching and i think we're going to be dialing for the show that nevada debate. i'm hoping for a chance to go into delaware. public is going to have to say i'm so a
seems to be breaking for republican rob portman with 49-36% over lee fisher. the nevada senate contest between majority leader harry reid and republican sharron angle is virtually even. in west virginia it's also close. latest public policy poll has raise with a lead over governor joe manchin. despite manchin's 59% approval rating, this is the seat held for more than a half century by democrat robert byrd who died earlier in year. there is breaking news from yemen on the hunt for al-qaeda. that is coming up shortly. straight ahead, another warning to the u.s. from iran's fiery president. a free hoveround collapsible grabber with the purchase of your power chair. it reaches, it grabs, it's collapsible and it's portable. it goes wherever you go. get it free while supplies last. call the number on your screen to get your free video, brochure and your free hoveround collapsible grabber. call the number on your screen. >> bret: iran's president today addressed a united nations meeting on reducing poverty, hunger and disease. he told delegates that something else is in endangered now. capita
tonight. once again, like in kentucky, nevada, alaska, we are seeing the establishment being beaten by the tea party movement and by the conservatives that are saying you know what we've had it with rhino republicans. if you are not going to vote against cap and tax we are not putting new office. big message sent. >> i believe in 1994 worked on the contract with america, i watched this swing as it happened. it is happening earlier here. it is happening deeper. the numbers are more strongly pro republican. the challenge now for the gop, you mention today this race in delaware and nevada those are the two i'm watching close live. will the public vote for someone who doesn't have the same experience as traditional politician? >> sean: yes. i'm answering you're as you go. you asked and i'm answering. >> i guess you never her of the word "rhetorical." doesn't have the knowledge of issues. i'm going to be watching. i think we'll be dialing for your show that nevada debate. i hope we go into delaware as well. the public is going to have to say i'm so angry with washington i want a novice i
for you. we are always here for you. >> mike: we can have a show. ♪ >> announcer: from las vegas, nevada, entertainment capital of the world. special edition of "huckabee." >> hi, i'm robin leach. [ applause ] welcome to las vegas. the venetian resort casino is proud to host the special "huckabee" vegas fights back. i'm thrilled to introduce him. ladies and gentlemen, the governor, mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you! thank you! thank you very much for being here today. what a great crowd. [ applause ] you are going to take up the whole show clapping. opt we have a great -- tonight we have a great show. comedian frank cali nearbydo. the chairman of the venetian, sheldon addison. nevada governor. cast of the run-away hit "jersey boys" and mr. las vegas himself, wayne newton all on our show here today. [ applause ] >> mike: i want you to know that i came to las vegas with a $20 bill and the ten commandments. i don't plan to break either one of them. it's interesting. people are asking me why are we doing the show in las vegas for heaven's sakes? i don't drink. i don't gamble. wh
, nevada, the entertainment capital of the world, it's a special edition of luc. hi, i'm robin leach. >> (applause) >> and welcome to las vegas. the venetian resort hotel casino is proud to host a special huckabee, vegas fights back and i am thrilled to introduce him. ladies and gentlemen, the governor, mike huckabee. [applaus [applause]. >> thank you. thank you. thank you very, very much for being here. what a great crowd. okay. you're going to-- you're going to take up the whole show clapping. well, tonight, we've got a great show. comedian and impersonator, frank caliendo. the chairman and ceo of the venetian, sheldon addleton, nevada governor gibbons, the cost of the run away hit jersey boys and mr. las vegas himself, wayne newton all on our show here today. [applaus [applause] >> i want you to know that i came to las vegas with a $20 and the ten commandments and i don't plan to break either one of them. you know, it's interesting, people are asking why are we doing the show in las vegas, for heaven's sake. i mean, i don't drink, and i don't gamble so why am i doing the show he
for re-election in nevada. >>> and a threat to burn korans here in the united states sparks deadly new violence overseas. ...pure... and also delicious. ♪ like nature valley. granola bars made with crunchy oats and pure honey. because natural is not only good, it also tastes good. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. everything you need to stretch out on long trips. residence inn. ♪ everything you need to stay balanced on long trips. residence inn. >>> jack cafferty is here with "the cafferty file." >> there's a school of thought on yesterday's primary that goes like this, the tea party movement might be the best thing that ever happened to the democrats, raising questions about internal divisions among tea party favorites. christine o'donnell walked all over nine-time u.s. congressman mike castle in the senate primary. castle, they were talking about whether she is a viable candidate, castle had held elected office in delaware for more than 40 years and had the entire national republican establishment behind him. o'donnell was endorsed by sarah palin. many think o'donnel
gubernatorial debate. >> tonight's debate is brought to you by impact nevada. this is a partnership between ' the las vegas review journal" and pbs. >> rory reid and brian sandoval have released plans for improving education. we will hear from both candidates on this issue. >> the venue for tonight's debate, the andre agassi college preparatory academy. here is a man who really cares about education, andre agassi. [applause] >> thank you. good evening and welcome to the andre agassi college preparatory academy. i want to rory reid and brian sandoval for accepting this invitation to come here to share their thoughts on this vital issue, education. we built this school because we believe nothing has the power to change a child's life like a quality education. without an education a child cannot hope. without a quality system, a state cannot compete. the next governor will long be remembered for the effect on education. nevada is struggling economically. a huge portion of our state budget goes to education, the next governor will be called upon to make serious decisions. they will be asked how
is suspicious of other republicans. coming up on this show, nevada's republican senate candidate and hilarious hilariously kook and cloak machine gets into this show. >>> but first, one more thing about religion and politics. every so often a self-professed constitution conservative comes through with actual support for something found in the constitution. something like freedom of religion. senator orrin hatch of utah has told the fox affiliate in salt lake city that he supports the rights of muslims to build the ground zero mosque. >> let's be honest about the first amendment ruling is freedom. religion expression. really express matters of the constitution. so if the muslims own that property, that private property, and they want to build a mosque there, they should have a right to do so. there's a huge, i think, lack of support throughout the country for the -- for islam to build that mosque there. but that should not make -- that should not make the difference, if they decide to do it. and i'd be the first to stand up for their rights. >> senator hatch, i have wondered aloud many times on
't really put it into words. helpless. >> kylie and her parents made their way from reno, nevada to maryland and the nih in hopes of figuring out what could be wrong with kylie. do you want to know what's going on with her if there's nothing that can be done about it? >> yeah. >> why? >> i think it would be nice to have a prognosis. to know -- i mean if it's not treatable, if it's terminal, how much time we have left as opposed to not knowing. it could all end tomorrow. >> kylie will under go a week-long series of tests by top medicals at nih. it's physically draining for everyone. for kylie's mom and dad, emotionally wrenching. the week is intense. >> it's a complex case. it could be difficult to solve. >> in the right leg, you see a lot of movement, the right food is turned inward. it's abnormal tone. a lot of tone in the muscle groups here. the left side has it a little bit as well. not as bad. there's the constant movement going on. you can see it in the feet and hands and eyelids and the voice. dr. gahl and his team look at everything for clues. >> what happens with sleep? >> it stops w
states. he is going to wisconsin, ohio, pennsylvania, nevada. he is going to make a real fight for it. as you can see in the polls, the generic polls put the democrats behind the republicans. they are even in other polls. this is just political prognostication. >> do the republicans get a free ride? >> the greatest limitation on the size of the republican gains is how badly the republicans may trip themselves up. they are the only ones who will limit how much they gain. it is conceivable they will limit themselves to be there by nominating people who are not sympathetic to independent voters, or in some cases, are at a financial disadvantage. this they play it right, they can run the table. >> the amazing thing is there are some candidates who should be behind, given some of the incredible thing they have said. in kentucky, rand paul is ahead. jan brewer went on tv and had a disastrous performance. she simply stops and cannot remember what she is talking about, but she is still ahead. >> the president did come swinging out, this week speaking in cleveland. he mentioned john maynard, t
and this is the remain of the watershed, this is the sierra nevada and this is the infraction of april first and period surrounding 2060 and that around 2090, and you can see we're eroding the lower elevations of snow and by the time we reach 2090 in this case warmed by 2 degrees celsius, we lose 50 percent of the california snow pact. it's not in the snow. next one. that changes the hydro graph as you heard this morning. so this is october through september the aggravateded sierra run off. more in the winter period, and less in the spring and summer by a bit. this is a recent flood. not a big one. but in may of 05, maybe some of you remember this event. it was raining up to about 9 thousand feet in,yosim ite park this is the valley and this is the storm that did it. a very warm and moist system. we had the valley flooded that the rain fall on average was just one inch but it was raining up to 9 thousand feet and above. frank back there has a bunch of snow collectors up there and his snow sensors were - rain was going through and to some extent it was melting but largely the story was we were getting
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